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Synonyms for box office

the amount of money collected as admission, especially to a sporting event


Synonyms for box office

total admission receipts for an entertainment

the office where tickets of admission are sold

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Through their prolific production company, Overbrook Entertainment, this dynamic duo produced the recent box-office smash, The Pursuit of Happyness, which at press time grossed $138 million.
What this all boils down to is that a children's movie (as opposed to a film with an appeal to the entire family) can be lucrative even when the box-office take isn't that great.
Weekend box-office receipts have exceeded the total of the same weekend a year earlier for five weeks in a row and 11 out of the last 12.
In 2005, weekend box-office revenues ended up trailing 2004 levels for 19 consecutive weeks, a dubious record that began in February and did not end until mid-July.
The film, centering on a romance between two cowboys, not only enjoyed strong critical response and widespread award recognition, it has also been a solid box-office hit, passing the $80 million mark domestically last weekend.
The Heart of the Ocean": HBO's First Look TV special takes a look at "TITANIC" before it became the largest floating vessel of the worldwide box-office that we know today
5 million in its first five days and more than $370 million through early December, placing the film ninth on the all-time box-office record chart.
amp; NEW YORK -- "Fahrenheit 9/11," the award-winning film sensation, is set to make box-office history this weekend by becoming the only documentary ever to cross the coveted $100 million mark in theatrical box-office grosses, it was announced by Tom Ortenberg, President of Lions Gate Films Releasing, a division of Lions Gate Films Inc.
Polar'' was overshadowed at the box office by ``The Incredibles'' when it bowed last month and a box-office disappointment seemed inevitable.
5 billion in domestic box-office totals, the second-largest in the history of the movies.
Narc's" box-office total, following its limited release on December 20, 2002, is $8,553,000.
BURBANK - Disney's box-office bounty is set to make history this weekend, when ``Pirates of the Caribbean'' joins ``Finding Nemo'' in the movie industry's exclusive $300 million club.
But the company's shares were up 34 cents after financial results exceeded Wall Street expectations thanks to a solid box-office take for ``Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde'' and record sales of the DVD version of the 20th James Bond film, ``Die Another Day.